August 30, 2016 | Category: Cyber Security, Events, Training and Certification | Views: 2985

Earn CEUs (Continuing Education Units) at the Federal IT Security Conference

You can earn up to 7 CEUs toward maintaining cybersecurity and management certifications by attending the Federal IT Security Conference on November 14th in Columbia, MD. Certifications include CompTIA Security+, CEH, CISSP, CASP, EDRP, ENSA, ECIH, CRISC, CAP, CISM and Cisco IINS. Contact us for more info abtou qualifying CEs for your certifications or for other questions.

Event Details

When – Tuesday, November 14, 2017 from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where – Phoenix TS Headquarters – 10420 Little Patuxent Parkway, Suite 500, Columbia, MD 21044

Price – Free for government and military. $49 for contractors and private sector employees

How to Register:

Register here

About the Federal IT Security Conference

The Federal IT Security Conference is a one day event organized by FITSI, a non-profit organization responsible for the FITSP certification program, and the Wounded Warrior Cyber Combat Academy, a non-profit dedicated to training wounded US military in the DC area in order to help them transition to a career in cyber security. This conference will feature speakers and panel discussions related to cyber tracks in management, operational and technical trends. Currently this conference has scheduled the following industry leader as the keynote speaker:

Dr. Ron Ross, NIST Fellow, RMF Architect, and 2015 National Cyber Security Hall of Fame Inductee

The FITSC will donate all proceeds from the event to support the Wounded Warrior Cyber Combat Academy. So your attendance, sponsorship or commitment to speak at this event will all play a role in helping the next Cyber Combat Academy class get the training they need to enter a new job role in cyber security.


You can register for this event online at or contact Ashley Neu at 240-667-7507 or email at for more information.

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